Individual orthopedic insoles: who needs them and why?

According to the classification, orthopedic insoles belong to prosthetic and orthopedic products as they support and correct the position of the foot. Such insoles are used for the prevention and treatment of flat feet, and in the complex treatment of joint and spine problems.

Orthopedic insoles can completely replace conventional ones and at the same time will produce a therapeutic effect. The most obvious effect is the relief of foot fatigue. There are many other useful properties of orthopedic insoles as well. They:
 1. Support foot arch in case of flat feet.
 2. Relieve painful areas of the foot, such as bones, heel spurs, and deformed toes.
 3. Correctly distribute the load on the foot.
 4. Ensure correct heel position.
 5. Provide a cushioning effect when walking to protect the foot, joints, and spine.
 6. Reduce pains.
 7. Help to normalize blood circulation in the feet and protect muscles from strain.
 8. Prevent the appearance of corns and calluses.

Benefits of individual orthopedic insoles:

  1. Individual orthopedic insoles can be made within a few minutes, considering the individual characteristics of the patient's feet;
  2. Such insoles are made by a specialist, taking into account the existing pathology and diagnosis;
  3. The use of high-quality materials ensures durability and convenience in everyday use;
  4. Individual insoles repeat the shape of the foot arches in the correct position, thereby achieving increased comfort;
  5. Can be further adjusted according to the changes in the state of feet, which is especially important for children;
  6. These insoles are compatible with any footwear, including the models small heels.